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  1. #1
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    Kanger mini tank and air bubbles

    Anyone else get this happen only solution I've found is to take the top cap off and pump the spring loaded section.

  2. #2
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    if you mean unitank, then ditch it and get an aerotank instead. pumping it will make it leak eventually, so does refilling, i found unitanks to be next to useless

  3. #3
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    I have an aerotank mini and only use it for a backup. Maybe it's the coils I bought but I get heaps of dry hits or it floods.
    I'd say get yourself a protank mini. So you can rebuild the coils using cotton.

  4. #4
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeno1200 View Post
    I have an aerotank mini and only use it for a backup. Maybe it's the coils I bought but I get heaps of dry hits or it floods.
    I'd say get yourself a protank mini. So you can rebuild the coils using cotton.
    I just re-built an aerotank coil............same deal once you take the sleeve off..................no problem.............

 

 

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